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party, i think is wrong. i think there should be a sanction. i just don't think you do that in america. and i think most prosecutors would agree with me. >> rhodes and subtle now work for a group that fights stigma and discrimination, trying to make the case that what happened to them shouldn't happen to others. >> we can't sit and ignore this. >> i have to fight for this, i think there are a lot of people fighting, as well. >> i should say the accuser in nick's case didn't want to talk to us. and the identity of robert's accuser is sealed by court order, as well. >>> this weekend on the next list, you're going to meet max little. he is this math whiz who has a surprising goal. >> i am aiming to screen the population for parkinson's disease. >> max little has a bold idea. what if doctors could detect parkinson's disease, simply by the sound of your voice? max little is close to proving just that. he says one simple voice test can determine if somebody has parkinson's. all you need is a telephone. >> we have an ultralow cost way of detecting the disease. >> you will watch how max little
you mean by that? >> there are two important aspects, we know the happiest people in america are interacting face to face, six hours a day. so we evolved to be interactive creatures, so the health behaviors are as infectious as catching a cold or the flu, so you look at the blue zones. they were not on diets. the people were not in exercise programs but they were either pro actively, or they were born into a group of people that supported the right habits. >> do people take care of each other more so and encourage each other to eat better or go to the doctor? what is it about that interaction that is so preventible or helpful? >> so we live in a culture that doesn't promise friends. if you meet that definition in america, you have fewer than one friend who cares about you on a bad day, you can live eight years less. people in okinawa, and people are in situations where they commit to each other. if things go well, they share the wealth. if they go poory, they share. the women get together, drink sake, talk together, and talk about the village and who the hot guy was back in 1
half the rate of heart diseasdisease. their minds stay sharp as well. america has one quarter the rate of dementia. he wants to capture that formula so you and i can live longer. >> you know, it captures the imagination, dan, for sure. welcome back to the back to th. people always ask about this, they want to know what do other people in other parts of the world know that we don't, how much of this is genes, and how much it lifestyle. >> 20% of how long the average person lives is genes, the other 80% is lifestyle and environment. >> the thing that people always point to in the united states is stress. it's a vague term, means different things to different people. is stress here in the united states, we obviously know what it's like, what is it like in other places, is there less stress, did you find? >> yes, you tell people you found a blue zone, and people think well if i lived in a place like that, i would not have stress, but they worry about their kids, finances, they worry about their health, but what they have that we don't have, are daily rituals to shed that stress. in some b
think this should be a sanction p sanction. i don't think you do that in america. i think most prosecutors would agree with me. >> rhodes and suttle now work for the sero project. it's a group that fights stigma and discrimination, trying to make the case that what happened to them should never happen to others. >> we cannot sit and ignore the fact that this is happening. >> i have to fight for this. i think there are a lot of other people that are fighting as well. >> i should say the accuser in nick's case did not want to talk to us, and the identity of robert's accuser is sealed as well by court order. >>> this weekend on "the next list," you're going to meet max little. he's a math whiz and innovator who has a surprising goal. >> my name is max little. i'm aiming to screen a population for parkinson's disease using voice alone. >> max little has a bold idea. what if doctors could detect parkinson's disease simply by the sound of your voice? max little is close to proving just that. he says one simple voice test can determine if someone has parkinson's. all you need is a tel
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